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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSbAY,' JANUARY 11: 1017.
? M D. C. TEACHERS' PAY NEAR LOW LEVEL New Orleans Only Other City of I Size Which Gives Special Instructors Less. REPORT PART OF CAMPAIGN Committee Issues Statement Comparing Salaries in Various Sections. 4 In only one city In the country the size of "Washington New Orleans are -special public school teachers paid less than here, according to a statement of a committee of special teachers Issued today in connection with the campaign for higher salaries. The special Instructors include man ual training, physical training, do mestlc, science, drawing, and sewing teachers. The bulletin states that these teachers require special training and a continuance of education for the proper performance of duty, this re quiring considerable money. Good Clothes Xeceeeary. Good clothes mus't of necessity be worn; the teacher Is compelled to re side in a good neighborhood, thus ex pending a large proportion of the salary for rents, and, in addition, there Is sick leave given. state3 the bulletin. The manual training teachers are particularly bard hit by the low scale of wages. In 189TL manual training teachers of this cfty were appointed at a minimum salary of $700 a year, with an Increase of $30 each year for the two succeeding " years, after which the Increases were irregular until the maximum of $1,000 was reached. Thus in three years a teacher was enabled to reach a salary that It now requires six years to obtain. This Js more forcibly emphasized, it Is stated, when the fact that the cost of living from 1890 to 1908 was about CO per cent cheaper than it Is today. Practically without exception the .manual training teachers 'are married' men. These men have been xvorklng for a lower scale of wages than they were twenty-five years ago. At present the pay ranges from $650 to 51400 a. year or about from $51 to $91 a month for twelve months. Is this salary adequate, the committee asks, to support a wife and children and edcuate them? Slut Increase Maximum. To prevent a number of physical training teachers from leaving the service. It will be necessary to In crease the maximum scale of $725 the committee states. After being grad uated- from normal school, the pro- specuve physical., trainiw:, teacher must-take a further course to fit him self for the special work. Since the department Is more suited for youns teachers than older ones, the advance ment Is naturally slower. As a rule the physical training teachers do not have families to sup port, but the cost of advanced edu cation and other general expenses are so great that it Is practically impos sible to meet the demands made upon them. Same Conditions. The domestic science, drawing, music, and sewing teachers suffer the same conditions as do the physical training teachers. Their burdens are equally as heavy while the compensa tion is as meager, It is stated. Following Is ta comparative scale 7r wages paw special teachers: Dnvlnr. Mule. oasmiiswjn .............sl.luO Minneapolis 1.1C0 Milwaukkee . St. Loula .-..... ....... 2,40 .Newark. N. J j.500 New Orleans SO Philadelphia. 1.200 New Tork j,sco 1.040 1.100 1.330 1.500 450 1,200 l'swJ Domestic Sewlnr. Science. Washington ......... Minneapolis .......... Milwaukee ....... St. Louis Newark, X. J......... New Orleans... , Philadelphia ...C... New Tork; ...... ..... us JLM0 1.S0 1.100 i'ioi ... 1.000 ... vsoo '.'.'. "S50 1,110 1.900 Physical Manual Training-. Train's-. 4725 fun Washington .... Minneapolis ..... Milwaukee ...... St. Louis Newark. N. J.... New Orleans .... Philadelphia .... New Tork ....... 1,3, 1.2 1.203 1.600 , L0 ... 1.400 1,920 J.SOO 1.200 1.100 1.700 l.CM 1.SO0 1.SIS NEWS OF HYATTSVILLE Appointments of Constables and School Fund Distribution. UTATTSVILLE, Jan. 11. The Ladies' Aid Society of First Presby terian Church will celebrate making of the final payment of a pledge of 51,000 toward the building fund of the church on the evening of January 16. The celebration will be in the nature of a social evening to be held In the lecture room of the church. The play "Cinderella In Fairyland." acted by children, will be staged at Masonic Hall here January 23 for the beneflt.of charity. The affair is under the direction of Mrs. Ernest Burslem and Mrs. W". Vernon Kiske. The IMverdale Current Topics Club will entertain the Prince George's County Federation of Women's Clubs Tuesday. ' The board of county commissioners of Prince George's county has ap pointed James Simpson for Bladen burg district, and Joseph A. Taylor constable for Plscataway district Wil liam IL Talbott was appointed keeper of the court house and grounds. Out of the distribution of the -various school funds just announced by the State comptroller this county receives: $8,183 school Ux, $2,000 for high schools, and $1,815 for text books. GETS "S1LLYBUB" RECIPES. NEW YOItK, Jan. if. No less than three dozen recipes for "slllybub," a. Southern drink of the eggnog fam ily, have poured In on Chef Null", of the Waldorf for the Southern dinner next waste. READY FORPOLAR SCIENTIFIC TRIP Captain Bartlett Plans to Make Another Dash North in 1918. EauiDDed for a scientific study,of the Polar regions, the EarUett Polar expedition, the first purely scienunc expedition to enter the far north, will sail from the United States during the summer of 101S. , Scientific research, rather than dis covery, will be the primary object. tint (nn tnn Trill be taken laio the Polar belt. Including the ship's crew, mechanicians, and scientist's. Each Iwill be a man of tried caliber, for once started, there will be no return ticket to the civilized, world,, at least for three to five years. Each man must be capable of supreme endur ance and versatility Monoplanes Included. Two or three scout-type mono planes, an Innovation in Polar expedi tions, will bo included In the equip ment to supplement the customary dogs and sledges. . They will be used for observation purposes from the base of operations. always the ship, and might prove in- -aluable Jn returning to civilization should the expedition meet With dis- aster. How the natural forces operate at the Pole; whether the perpetually moving Icefloes of the Arctic Sea, swirl In a continuous circle about the Pole; whether their movement is di rected by a constant east wind so frequently noted in former expedi tions or whether by ocean currents; just what atmospheric conditions pre vail these are some oC the questions hoped to be answered before the trip Is concluded. To Study Ocean Fauna. A careful study of the fauna life on the ocean-floor of the Arctic, with comparisons with the anlmalculae ex istence of other waters, will also form a part of the research work. Chart ing new lands If such exist and soundings of the Arctic ocean in vari ous, latitudes are further objectives. Admiral Peary, making deep sound Intra at the Pole. Drobed for 9.000 feet nearly two miles without finding a bottom. Our ship will be built of toughest live-oak, with special constructive features to resist the terrific impact with ice floes. It will be small, to permit of quick moving, which is often Imperative to escape being caught and crushed like an egg shell between rapidly approaching ice fields. If caught in such a cul-de-sac, the only recourse is blasting out a "berth" with dynamite, or abandon ing the vessel to her fate. Complete Equipment Aboard. The ship will carry a most com plete equipment of -scientific -TnstrtF ments many probably supplied by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. Tinned foods of- all kinds, tea. coffee, and chocolate, will be carried," said Captain Bartlett, "to provide a varied diet. The principal food, haw ever, will consist of seal, walrus, and polar bear steaks. We can, at t'mt convenient place in the Arctic, kill several thousand otthese and pile them up on the ice, covered with snow, as our food reserve. They will keep, of course, indefinitely. The average winter temperature we will encounter will be 35 or -40 degrees below zero, this alightly moderating In the brief summer. Start In July. "Starting out from some port on the Pacific, probably Seattle, In July, we will pass through Bering straltl and proceed north around Alaska. Arriving at some point off the Ameri can coast In September, we will 'set' the ship in. the rapidly forming ice fields and resign ourselves to .a con- tinuous drift with the ice. wHerever it may lead us. "We expect to come out at some point between Spltsenbergen and Greenland. In thus drifting with the Ice we will be able to note Its trend and just what forces are operating In its directions. Whether it is moved principally by the water currents be neath, or is driven by a constant wind, is yet to bo determined. Numbers of Important scientific theories may be either blasted or sub stantiated through -these observa tions. Make Frequent Soundings.' "Frequently, hourly If possible, soundings will be taken of the sea bottom, and specimens of the fauna from the sea floor collected. The theory that at some former age the earth's equator was located at what in now the Pole and changed to its present position by a 'flip flop' of tlio earth, may ae somewhat cleared up by a study of dead fauna life of the Arctic ocean. If any can be obtained. "The expedition will include some distinguished meteorologist, in order that an intenslvo study of the atmos pheric laws obtaining at the Pole, may be made In the Interests of sci ence, and navigation." GREENBACKS STIR MEMORY Civil War Days Recalled by Issue of Treatury Notes. Many' a civil ar eteran may grow dreamy eyed and begin talking about Antletam and Gettysburg when Secre tary of the Treasury McAdoo Issues new $1 and $2 "greenbacks." These historic "greenbacks." or United States Treasury notes, first issued to help finance troops In the civil war. have been the subject of much fiscal discussion. For a time, after the war. they fell to about DO cents In value. Later they were backed up by a $150, 000,000 gold reserve, and they entered the field at face value, like Caesar's wife, above susplUon. In 1SSS the issu ance of them was discontinued, and they became scarce. The general supply of greenbacks Is limited by law to $31681.016. The ob ject of the issue is to get more bills of smaller denomination to meet the eron Ing demand for paper money. There fore some of the bills of larger denomi nation will be retired. Secretary McAdoo stated that the growing demand for small bills Indi cates growing prosperity of the country. SPECIAL 'MOVIES TOMORROW Children Will Be Admitted Free to Matinees. Special "movie" matinees arranged by the citizens' committee in charge of the campaign for cleaner motion pictures for children will be held to morrow and Saturday afternoons, ac cording to announcement 'by Mrs. J. J. Locher, of the committee. Mrs. Locher stated that an erroneous an nouncement' had been circulated to the effect that the, movies would be held this afternoon. The children will be admitted free to the matinees. The pictures to be shown and the theaters where the matinees' are to be held are asrfollows: Friday, from 2 to 5 p. m. Avenue Grand, 015 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. "The Bugle Call," Trian gle; Apollo, 024 H street northeast, "The Three Godfathers," Blue Bird; Lyric, 3108 Fourteenth street north wst, "Little Mary Sunshine." Pathe; Olympic, 1431 U street northwest, "Let Katie Do It,-Trlangle: Victoria, 503 Seventh street southwest, "Itutn pelstlltskln," Mutual, and Howard, 620 T street northwest (colored), "Down of Freedom," Vitagraph. Saturday, from 2 to 5 p. m. Ma sonic Temple Auditorium, Thirteenth street and New Yor kavenue, "Prince and Pauper," Paramount; Circle, 2100 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, "Thre Pals" and "Reel Life," Mutual; Dumbarton, 1349 Wisconsin avenue northwest: "Little Mary Sunshine," Pathe; Home, 1230 C street northeast (begins at 1 o'clock), "Three God fathers," Blue Bird; Truxton, Florida avenue and North Capitol . street, "Patchwork Girl of Or," Paramount, and Blue Mouse, 1200 Twenty-sixth street northwest (colored), "Dawn of Freedom," Vitagraph. , FIREjIN TAILOR SHOP. Fire early today did $100 damage to the tailor shop of H. Unterstein, 252 Tenth street northwest Fire caused by a lace curtain blowing into a lighted gas jet did $30 damage to the home 'of William H. Hawkins, 2013 Fourth street northwest EDUCATIONAL LEARX LANGUAGES AT THE Berlitz School 816 14th STREET N. W. TELEPHONE MAIN 3217. By the Berlitz Method Students learn not only to read and tcrite, but especi ally to understand and to speak tht foreign language. TRIAL LESSON FREE. Terms may begin at any time. MRS. WINIFRED SACKVILLB STONER'S methods emnlnvmt it the School of Natural Education held at 730 Quebec pL N. W. Miss Margaret Feirce, a graduate or me rormer, is conducting the school arrangements made to accommodate a few more children frou 3 to yrs. old. Flay to a Purpose. Auto Mill call. -Tel. CoL 4SJ3- . THE ZOLNAY ATELIER SCHOOL OF SCULPTURE 1428-30 E Street- N. W. GUITAR SCUOLARS-23 rears experience; simple, easy method: taughutn 20 leeaons. Address TEACHER OF aUITAR. 724 4ta St. N. W. WASHINGTON SCHOOL OP CHIROPRACTIC Classes now forming. Private treatment given for Chronic and Acuta Diseases. Con sultation and Examination free. J. Shelby Riley. XX D. Dean: Rosalie M. Simpson. D. C. Secretary. II1I F at. N. W. Phone Mala ISM. Ornce-tlocrs. to V - WASHINGTON HOTELS EVERETT HOTEL, 1730 H St. N. W. Under New Management Delightful large front rooms: twin beds; hot and cold running water; 3 In room. SIOO: 1 la room. 455 per month- American plan. TeL in each room: elevator service. EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT, NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS SOUTH NEW-YORK and BOSTON BY SEA Dally from 7th Street Wharf. 43 bub. City Ticket Office. 731 ISth St. IV. W. NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE MOVING PADDED VANS Phone M. tflft-xil. KREIG'S EXPRESS, 1234 H Street N. W. STOWAGE. PACKING AND BHrPFTMO. Storage Rooms, (1 neap llovkig. Packing; Low Rates Union Storage Co vl- North 104 CLEAN, dry storage for furniture and pianos, 'estimates cheerfully glren. WESCHLEB'a, sSO Pa. eve. N. W. Foone Main VpS. ., a U liiii mncm ABBOLPTELT FIREPROOF STORAQSl UNITED STATES STORAGE .CO. Booms. U.C0 and up. Moving. Facldu. Pnone Main 4rt. ilt-tiO Utb at. N. W; FIREPROOFSTORAGE In Separate Locked Rooms, JiOO Month tTp. Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. Main 6900. 920-922 E St. N.W. free morlnc: (or tor- -rJSSHTirs TRANSFER . STORAGE CO.. 012 s Aiuntra. w, LOST AND FOUND CJ REWARD for white poodle st. lt HoUrt DOG .Small Pomeranian, male, nhlte. with brown markings; etrajed (ram MT3 Irvine St., M reward. WATCH S lit movement, gold tilled: fob, Anheuser-Busch; lost near Center Market, December-M, 191fc. lb-ward-at JIM I at. nn. rhono Wt 3M. P. TYI.EK. MUFF Black Astrakhan, on Capital Traction car, Tuesday afternoon. Reward at 1312 JOth st. N. W. . MONEY CO bill, lost between 1417 U nw. and The Emerson .Shoe fitofc. Friday or Satur day. Reward, J. C. CRUPPER, IMS Halt st. s. w. Ph. Lincoln 1278. VELVET BAG Illaek. containing money and tanlty case, on Newark St.. Cleveland Park. Reward It returned lo 3111 Newark at. DIAMOND BROOCH Octagonal, set In plati num, w lth gold back and pin and seven dia mond pendants: one pendant missing; lost at Chevy Chase Club. Saturday evening. Janu ary 6. Liberal reword If returned to owner. No. 1712 R- I. ac N. W. ; POODLE DOO Small white; female; lost Saturday, January . liberal reward If re turned to2n2VvomliKae. FOX TEimiEIt Ulre-halrrd; white, with brown und black head and brown and black marking on back. aners to name of Jock. Return to 1715 J5th st. Reward offered. DIAMOND DROP From nowknot pin. at Ehoreham ur Unlvcrilty Club. New Year's night. Liberal reward. 1424 M m N. W., iiarL 452, ' 1 LOST AND FOUND . NECKPIECE Gray foi between WlUard' ntl Commercial National Bank, Satur day afternoon. Reward If returned to life California st. N. W. LARGE OCTAGONAL .DIAMOND BROOCH, set In platinum, with gold back and pin. and seren diamond pen dants; one pendant missing, at Chevy Chase Clnb. Saturday evening, January . Liberal reward If returned to owner, 171: Rhode Island avenue n. w 1 . HELP WANTED MALE BOT White, with wheel, to run errands and maxe nimseit generally userui. Appiy xl. A. LEESE. Ml th at. N. 'W. BOYS-MDver 16 years, with bicycles, can find profitable and healthy employment from 4 to 9 p. m. daily, or for entire day. WESTERN UNION TELE GRAPH CO., 1401 FSt. N.,W. BOY Colored, with wheel, brlnr reference. Apply KAFKA, 10th and V ats. ji. w, BOY With wheel. In printing office. EVANS. KB 11th st. N. Wr. 1 CARPENTER . Apply I10S II t. . COLLECTORS desiring better position, ap ply at ll La. ave. N. W., between 4:30 and S:I0 p. m. I PlTfUClCI rvcEmployment Bureau. KlltlrlELD 0,i Kinds of volitions secured. Ji 7lh st- n. w. Ph. N. 7E6. FIREMAN Apply DUPONT Sherman arc N. W. LAUNDRY, K PLUMBER At once. N. W. Apply 1S E St. SHOEMAKERS Two. at once. Htl M. St. N. W. ! l-Mii nn rum mm mi 6 SHOEMAKERS Wanted At Once. I KLEIN'S RAPID SHOE I REPAIRING CO., 404 9th St. X. VT. H-l-M I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I II WANTED Machinists, car builders, car repairers, telegraph opera tors, foreign laborers. No labor troubles. Apply at Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. Free labor office, No. 10 F St N. W. YOUNG MAN to do clerics) work: references required. Apply at once. The WASHING TON NEWS CO.. SB tth st. N. W. HELP WANTED-FEMALE APPRENTICES to learnFrench dresscuttlnr. dressmaking, designing and millinery; good positions furnished after learning. NEW TORK MILLINERY ACADEMY. 111S O St. BOSOM PRESS OPERATOR. WEST END LAUNDRT. 1X3 Pa, ave. N. W. 1 COAT AND GOWN HANDS Experienced) Apply at once. M. Fhlupsoorn Co., at 11th at. N. W. COOK- US Second St. N. E. MARKER Experienced, and assorter at once. Apply NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO, 1 Pierce st. N. W. 1 PERMANENT POSITIONS for refined young women between II and a years of aga: height 5 ft. 4 In. Sth grade education, to learn telephone operating. Apply between 9 a. m. and S n..m dallr and from lD.rn.tal p. m. Thursday, January IL to the Telephone .School. 7-2 ltth st. N. W room e. START THE NEBf TEAK jnssing money; manicuring, hatraresslng taught: 15 each. MIRROR BEAUTY SCHOOL. 9a F st- N. W. WAITRESSES Experienced, at once. Fa. are, N. W. 437 WOMAN Colored. forgjneral Apply arc.su nVW. .housework. FOR RENT ROOMS Famished. 5th ST. N. E., KS-Three Urge beautiful well heated rooms, first floor, elegant and completely furnished for housekeeping; ery reasonable. Phone Lincoln IMC PA. AVE. N. W.. ISOS Lovely rooms: heat and hl water always: rates to perma sents: opposite Raleigh Hotel. 1 12th ST. N. W 114 2 rooms furnlibed complete for housekeeping. E per week; other rooms. IS and I1.S0 per week; tran sients. 68c and 35c per night. 1 4th ST. N. W.. 412 Furnished rooms suitable for two. 11.60. H.T4 and riper week. WILSON. Apart, 41. 2S0O 11th ST. N. W. Room for two men or girls, separate beds; splendid heat, hot water alway; electricity; phone, 11-Ti each a week. Uth 8T. N. W-. W2 Two communicating rooms: parlor floor. R ST. N. W.. lilS Room with alcove aa sit ting room and bedroom: 2nd Soor front, and room with kitchenette: adults: reasonable. ROOMS AND BOARD MASS. AVE. N. W.. 1S24 Large second floor front: bay-window, twin brass beds, mahogany fur steam and hot-air beat. Phone North 4141. 1 12th ST. N. W.. 801 Well furnlahed rooms with board: home cooking. t WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WE PAY HIGHEST Cash prices for all kinds of waste paper. rags, metal scrap Iron, and old auto machl- - .n.ail.B a emit! aa nrall m large orders. AMERICAN JUNK CO .formenj at 4-1 N st. N E. and SJ Pa. ate. S. E. Now at iwS U Si. . ,V. AU uiuiitiii.d, a uvim North SU. SP.vF URNITURB Wl ESENBERO'S. 141 La. are. Ph. M. 333t. WANTED To buy, furniture and feather beds for a country hotel: will buy any Quantity. MARKS . CO., IMS Fairmont at. Phone Col SS1-W. HAVE YOU ANY FURNITURE FOR SALE. IF . " so call D. NOTES. 6K Lm. ate. N. W. Ph. M. 3tt and get beat results. CASH prices paid for worn clothing: either ladlu' or men's, send postal: nill call. B. TAR3HEB. KM 7th sj.jrn . Phone North . WANTED Furniture, pianos, carpets, etc. Phone M. IS2 for wagon, or have us call. -WESCHLER'S." K0 ra. ate. pi. v. i tt a .TfIT-a ISmlliiH ?. fietll Vfltlf l, roods to tha man who s in moat monty. fcee HLU'WUUiJ. am ana x HTOHItST caah price paid for old elothlnc. w.u i, m an.i silver lewftlry. DroD postal, 'and I will calL L. ZUKERMAN. ZJU M st. N. W. . . FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES OPKN AND CLOSED CARS. $t PCD unt toHpeclal rates for trips. I rCK tlUUKpnone Lincoln 35. CAREFUL WlflTE CHAUFFEURS. U AND 11.5 PER HOUR TAXI SERVICE. Day, Mght. Get Our Rate For Trips. PHONE LINC. lit. J 1.00 PER HOUR Columbia 3123. Ownsr Driving. TAY! bERVICEL Trips. I0c 7ic, tLOO. IrVAl By the hour. 41.25 and JLSO. Call West 44 Day and Night. Automobile Tops. REPAIRING, recoerlng, auto upholiterlng; side curtains and engine hood covers made. BOSTON AUTO TOP CO.. IMS Pa, ate. N. W. Phone M. 4S30. MONEY WAN I tO & 0 LOAM FIRST AND SECOND. TRUST LOANS AT G and 4 per cent: 4200 to W.CW; on residence, apartment, or business property; straight note or month. y payments: can Ue arranged in three dajs. PAUL V. MITCHELL CO- H1J U i. . MONET TO LOAN on real eitate: lowsst rates: rirlor payment prllleges: large amounts. TTLER ft RUTHERFORD. 417 Utb, MONET TO LOAN-ltM to 4500,000 on D. a real estate. Several trust funds. 41s to 4 ft cent. All tranractlona conducted with econ omical consideration tor borrowers. WM. IL SAUNDERS . CO.. SeuUiera BuUatoj, ma Utb at. N, W, APARTMENTS TO LET Unfaraished. -- TOR RENT 4l5i L st. N". E, .5 rooms and bath; hot-water heat: large front and baekr porches: bright, airy rooms; the nicest, cleanest. 'and beat apart. In city far $20.1 per month. KEY AT US' STH ST. It. &. OB . 1TH L ST. N. E. 1 A ST. S. E.. HO? At Lincoln" Park; choice; rooms, bath, etc.: $JL50 up. H. C. COLERIDER CO.. UOt A St. g. E. 1 ii:smmniimnJii'H The Toronto, 20th ana p su. ; l 4, S rooms, bath 145.00, e0-W The Laclede, i vt. ave. "i rooms, bath M0.00 The Argyle Uth St. and ParkBoai J .JW.M.'XO.W J nilMfs IMUlu The Gibraltar. S&SLS. ;5 rooraa, bath; large porch. VM H25 14th St, ' 1 rooms, bath 3M The F. H. SMITH CO., 415 FIFTEENTH ST. N. W. telephone: u. tui. H-H4I H II-I MM H IM-H-H' CQPLEY COURTS, i 7th and Church Sts. N. VV. Ready for occupancy Inviting reservations. Best of location and most modern construc tion. All large outside rooms and every ap pointment and service. 2 to 5 Rooms and Bath, $28.50 to $60.00. Early Reservations Win Command Preferred Suites. , , J. N. RUTH, Mgr. 'PHONE NORTH H7L . WILLARD COURTS . CORNER ITTH AND WILLARD STRBETS. 1 room and bath ts I rooms and hath. Renin, 22.H to Mt.00. ew apartment: all -outside roomsi.two also. trio elevators, telephone In each apartment with all-night service; furnished and nam- rushed. Apply to J. N. RUTH, on Prcmfaea. TO COLORED TENANT. Three room apartment. 14!t N st. n. w. Rent only It per month. LIEBERMANN A HAWN. 1421 F ST. FOR RENT HOUSES Unfurnished. 41s. 3rd st. N. W., 14r., 2 baths, steam heat 140.00 14 R. L are. N. W St. and bath, ateam heat r. J7.50 422 3rd at. N. W lOr. and bath. far. 42 N. J. ave. S. E.. r. and bath. hot-water heat 22.50 3103 Oa. ave. N. W.. r. and: b.. fur.. 20.40 140S Sth at. N. W., Jr. and bath Si.iO 124 Mass. ave. N. W r. and bath.. 25.50 3140 12th st N. E.. 7r. and bath, hot-water heat '. 2I.S0 3714 12th at. N. ., 4r. and bath.... 20.40 212 10th at. S. W.. 12r. and bath.... 14.50 Klondyke at.. Fort Myer Heights. Sr. bungalow 14.00 14 R. L ave. N. W 4r. and water.. 1S.54 443 tth St. N. E Sr. and water 12.30 2S24 Oa ave N. W, Sr and water 12.50 Clifford A. Borden Co., Phone Main 2242. 404 Sth at. N". W. FOR RENT Ml WARDER ST. N. W. ONE SQUARE FROM SOLDIERS' HOME PABK. rooms and bath: hot-water rheat; conrenlent to cars. . RENT. s:7.J7 PER MO. L1EBERMANN & HAWN, 1421 F ST. FOR KENT NEW HOUSES. No. J234 D St. se. 117.40 1124 O st. ne. VIM Id Md. ave. ne. 2LU All contain 4 rooms, pantr. canter halls, bath, etc Keys to each at bona next door. OEOEGE T. WORTHINOTON SON. WOODWARD BUILDING. VERT DESIRABLE HOME, containing I rooms and t baths; splendid location; 2S43 Uth st. N. W. Rent 112.50. Apply Managar. The Portner. 15th and U sts. N. W. FOR SALE-7-HOySES AN EXCELLENT . 'HOME VALUE At the right price. In one of the COMTNO sections of Washington. t 1601 to 1617 East Capitol St. PRICES FROM $3,875 to $4,500 Small Cash Payment. Balance Monthly. All the Advantages That Go With the Modern Built Home. Six Large Room and Tiled Bath. K.-W. H., etc. GO OUT TODAY 1 Just off the oar line. Vi square which is aa added feature for comfort. Five minutes walk from beautiful Lincoln Park. Salesmen on Premises Dally Sunday. PHONE M. 4444. Sample House Open Dally. Sender, t P. M." FOR SALE 708 G STREET N. E -Convenient to Union Station. FostoffUa. and Printing Office. New house, up-toylats and handsome. The finest house In North east. Built by a mechanic One of the same kind sold to a builder. Not the dollar-down-and-tbe-dollar-a-week "kind. Far be It from such Junk. The loan will prove the true value. It yon want something nice look It over and see BUILDER AND OWNER. JAS. R. DURITV. 72 10TH 8T. N. E. Phone Line 2482-J. SUBURBAN PROPERTY For Sale. HOW TO BE TOUR OWN LANDLORD On 41M cash and IIS month at CHEVT CHASE. For full particulars, drop postal, telephone or call on WM. H. RITCHIE. 411-414 Colo. bklg. TeL M. 1445. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Fevcral saloons doing- a profit able business. Apply MONUMENTAL BREWING CO.. Dalllniore. MJ RANGE Steel coal range: good condition: will sell cheap. Write 1111 Delafleld place for Information 1 STEEL RANGE Coal burner; fine baker; excellent condition. 1S.'J Ontario place. PERSONAL MRS. ORA L. FIELD ment: face and acalp. 815 H nw.. 2nd floor. -' a II rnMll VanlMlHir anif tihl to 4 p. m. 1212 N. T.ave. N. W.. sec floor. v w.-, wvvr nu.Hl.infn. 13fn TrK,. Ml&a WJ&iO;,; OpendaUy1: ou?s t to S. SB U IU n, w.. secona nonr kii. iiiv Cf I IC Manicuring and Scalp 4IVBlfclll.Me - v N. W.. apartment 3. OPEN WNPAI. MICC Rir, CV Swedish massage for MlOO tJAVJLDI rBaumatism 4c poor clr- cuiaUon. 413 Kwjols bldg.. Ulh and a ats. Ph. M. S4i. Hra. Ts, m. to 4 p. m. Open sun. ru:-nA.. Static Violet Ray Treatments. ChirOpOaVFTcil and Scalp. Halrdreas lng and Manicuring. LouUe Hater. 3 Kenola bldg.. Uth and G sts. Ph. M. 404. Open Sun. M IQQ P A IN Manicuring and Scalp Treat JV1133 L-AIIN ment -,, jth eU N. W. Apart. L rcone Main Jtj. MarilHa Williams JftS.'SS' ,"!L ... "--- iv i-oiia 0ssa' e veee- ment. 708 lllli nw. Apart. O. Ph. M 6CW. MISS GRACE MOORE and Mrs. Mary B. Sutor. chiropody, arch ailments, msnlcnr. Ing. s22 F su N. W. Ph. M. 2C7. Open Sun. DR. REED, SPECIALIST, 804 Seventeenth Street. fVror- fl Ynr' auccessful practice la the UVeroU ieara cure of Ctronlc Nervous and special Diseases of Men and Women. Means Health to You If You Suffer from Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism. Constl patlon. Piles. Throat, Lungs, Brain. Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases. Nervous Debility. Kidney Diseases. Bladder Troubles, SpecUe Blood Poisoning. Eruptions. Ulcers, and All Prliate Dlieases Cured tor Life by Safe Method a. (OS, Bacteria Vaccines, and all the new st rum, and antl-toxlna administered. Charges Low. Medicine Furnished CONSULTATION FREE. Private Waiting Room For Ladies Office hours; IV ts 1, 3 W t, Suml K 4 DEATHS MACTEAOH Thursday, January IL 1HT. at 3 o'clock a. m.. at his residence. 171 Massa chusetts avenue, Washington. D. C. WATNE MACVEAGH. In the eighty-fourth year of his age. -. ' Notice of funeral hereafter. WIHTAKER-On Wednesday evening, sud denly. January 10. 1M7, louiba u.. De loved wife of Andrew J. Whltaker. of 17H Oregon ayenoe. Services at bouse Friday at I p. m. In terment private. IN MEMORIAM CNotleea for this column are accepted at M cents flat, either proa or poetry. In case no tice does not exceed ten lines. And 10 cents for each line In excess of tea.) UNDERTAKERS Erabalmera Feraersi Direeten J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND LTVEHT, S3 Pa. ave. N. W. Telephone M. 1344. WASHINGTON. P. C ADOLPH J. SCHIPPERT, 08 Pa. Ave. "West 151154. . ULRICH & BURDETTE, IBtO "Wisconsin Ave. Wt SS9. S.H. HINES&SON, INC. 1715 14th SL North 1SS. , R. F. HARVErS SONS, IZtS Uth St. Korth ML THOMAS F. MURRAY, 3007-2011 KIchola tc & E. Line, lit.. XTTIl lliuu os nnn a. v 403 H SL N. B- Line. tU- GEORGE W. WISE, 2900 M Bt West 118. .W. Wt DEAL & CO, tit H SL N. E. Line. 34t HARRY M. PADGETT, TIP 11th SL & E. TJne. 13S3. MARTIN W. HYSONG CO, 1014 Massachusetts Ave. Main 8421. F. A. SPEARE SONS, 1208 H SL N. W. Main 108. , .P. A. TALTAVULL, 448 7th SL S. W. Main 1878. THOMAS Ml HINDLE. 4th and H Sts. N. W. Maia537. ' O. B. JENKINS, 103 H SL K. TV. 'Main 4804. THOMAS S. SERGEON. 1011 7th 3L y. "W. Main 108. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 1337 10th SL N. W. Worth 47. JOSEPH F. BIRCH'S SONS, 2034 M SL N. W. Weit . JAMES T. CLEMENTS' SONS, 1241 Wisconsin Are. West 804. HERBERT PVNEVIUS, 828 New York 'Ave. Main 2527. GEO. P.URHORST'SSONS. lac 301 East Capitol SL Line. 278. W. R. SPEARE, - 840 F SL Main 4280-4281. FLORAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every description moderate prices. GUDE. 1214 F ST. 2C W. Vital Records. Births. Henry a and Mary E. Schade. boy. William A. and Sadie R. Smith, boy. Harriet and Bessie Rosenbloom, boy. Jesse E. and Alice L. Pope. boy. Raymond F. and Ethel A. Mcilshcn...bcy. Cameron LT and Louise JL-Merrrman. boy. John IL and Margie M. Inzer, boy. nooeri si. ..nor iianora iioran. boy. Henry1 F. and Bessie F. Hum. girl. Dwlght. B. and Elisabeth Gait, glrk V Sylvan antT Edith Fetter, boy. Patrick- J. and Catherine A. Oeenlhan. boy. Eugene and Ruth E. Corrado. glrL Panlet and Mary Adams. KlrL 4rank R. and Lucy A. Waynes, boy. Jonn ana iiary Williams, boy. James H. and Mary C Scott, boy. John R- and Essie Shaw, glrL Howard and Sarah C Lewis, boy. John H. and Maria A. Hawkins, boy. James and Mary Harris, boy. Frederick and Carry Clements. glrL Marrlase Licenses. John Brown, of Warrenton, Va and 'Agnes Thomas, of this city. John T. Turvey and Florence Phelps, both. of Rosslyn. Va, Benjamin Vaughn and Cora Thomas, both of thhLClty. Bernard L. Stringer, of this city, and Katnerlne Ulrick. of Silver Spring; Md. Frank C Mills and Maude A. Brockman. both of Richmond. Va. Willie E. Mllstead and Arnetta A. Jenkins. both of Sterjlng. Va. Datld B. Jonea and Florence L. Franklin. both of Sanddlgea. Va. Lewis C Rogers and Fleta L, Thoman, both of this city. Deaths. Henry Copen. 47 its.. Providence Hos. Albert E. Lees. S4 jts. Emergency Hos. Anna J. Boltnstarch. 77. 1C07 Sth st. nw. Joseph IL Webster. 77 yrs., 1365 Harvard ex. nw. Mabel 1. Thome. 31 yrs.. 1700 1st at. nw. A. Gregg. Miller. 43 yrs , Emergency Hos. 7fa. F. Studevant. JO yrss.. 1330 Mass. ave. Michael Tomey, 4J yrs.. Walter Reed Gen. Hos. Sarah W. Bushnell, 37 rs. Home for Incur ables. Samuel H. Jones. 42 rs.. 403 M st. nw. Joseph Cole. 41 yrs., 633 K at. ne. RosaTVolgheberger. 42 yrs.. IBM 7th sU ne. Cooley A. Tlsdale. 75 yrs . Ixovldence Hoe. Lawrence Jvins. ,i jra.. - wua mv. John A. Blbbons, 67 yrs., U. S. Soldiers .. u. Iionie nt. Albert Schmeck. 82 yrs., V. S. Soldiers' Home ho. Ada J. Flndlafer. 47 yrs . 1221 Monroe st. ne. Charles Schncldr. 4 yrss , C 2nd st. nw. Maria Preston, K j-r.. 422 4lh st. nw. Ion Rhodes. 1 yr 11 41st at. nw. Jerry Williams. t yrs.. Tuberculosis Hos. Jacob K. thdmas. 30 vrs.. 12043 C t. se. Lydla Gray. S yr.. St. EUlabeth Ho. Mabel Jeffenon, 4 mo.. 1252 2nd st. sw. William E. Va. 3 yrs.. SH 3rd St. sw. James T. Butler. It days. 441 N st. nw. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS -.....n .C .. 1.. !... J. ItA, ...I lte that a stock of slightly used overcoats and suits at 41 to 10 must represent unusual lalue to bo sold at all. but we do a large and irr arowlng trade, and every man saves cash, juauia m. f..At..w. . . . -.... ... i, r. C.T..XTT-, , T Mattrwses and Box Spring. . NOW 18 THE BEST TIME to renovate your mattress. Let us remake our mattress: alJliesTtl-eO. EAGLE BEDDING CO. 3301 1th st. N. W. rhono N. 4210. Bad Bills Collected. ' BAD BILLS COLLECTED or no charge. Rente a specialty. Phone Main 4172. Hammer, attorney. CIS Uth sL N. W. 1 Upholstering' PARLOR BUITE3 upholstered In tapestry. and up; free del.: workmanship guar. EDW. T KENDIQ. 727 T at. N. W. Phone N. 144s. Window Shades. Good quality opaque. Best quality en fitted to your 45c2?'"": han 60C window -'wrree "" We ceH with samples, jtu ""' KLEEBLA-TT'S im.tP.S. Vactinm Qeaners. LET ' estimate on your Vacuum Ceantnt and floor polishing: vacuum cleaners for sale and rent: all popular makes. SANITART METHODS CO . 1102 lh. N. 410. Laundry. IDEAL HAND LAUNDRY, North 6764. Special Notistf Vji8.018 ? SE;.. J aad trawa fsoadeerttrr-tweee of remodatea-. Pheme M. Met J ' i WE. the Prealdent'asd a majority of tie Board of Tnut nf . tc. ... . Jajfw -f06 B"6 B,n Cl' y " .. v 4V4u0uni oi capiui itodc fixed by tb cljarter of mia oinh i -ysh --..-.. m.. -. . 4rV 44UUIHW flVlJ- mva uouars (PW.C48). ,whlch. sum is fuBy mu, uu ut ouutaading bonded afld other Indehtednesa amount to about-One Hut- art X ana wy.Thonsand,DollarsUflsaoev.) 'Rirvj'sriv e . vivh. , . Prtsfieat. EPWARD Jl WALSH. . Secretary. I W. H. RAPLET. Treasurer. RUDOLPlf KAUFFMANN. , Vlce-Jresldeat. THORNTON CAESLET, MICHAEL J. JEANE CLARK GRIFFITH. District- of Columbia, to-wltr J. BENJAMIN H. MINOn pv..m. n. ., Washington American League "Base Ball Club, do depose and upon oath say that the matters and things stated la the feregotns' statement, signed -by me sad s majority of the Board of Trustees of the Wasalnctoa American Learns Bin rtnh t-. m the best eriy knowledge. Information and oeuei. BENJAMIN S. MINOR. z President. Subscribed and sworn to before ma tMa tats. day of January. A. X). 1M7. NEENAH LAUB. . Notary Public. D. C. AUCTION SALES McHENRY : BROTHERS Largs auction sale of Horses and Mules at oar stables. -314 Uth st. N. W. and 1104 C st. N. "s8sT EaT "- Saturday, Jan. 12. WW II at 10 o'clock. 10 head aff-V of fresh' country Hones Wtwkwsm and Mules. Three carloads shlDoecf br McfTnrr lns. of Hagerstown. Md. These horses are right . off the farms of West Vlndsla and Manrlaad. 'Anyone needing a horse or mole will do vefJ or attending unt sale. We sell all hones- tor . high doHax. Anybody can be salted la tills . lot of horses, aa they win welch from 1.469 to 1,400 pounds. " so Local Horses. Sale Rata or smae. Thomis DowHstT 0- Aacefeaeen. TRCSTEI SALE OF VALUABLE LOT IN CHILLUM CASTLE HEIGHTS. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. By virtue of a certain deed! recorded In liber Jfc. 3404. at folio 4S3. ooe of the land records for the District- of Columbia, and ' at the request of the party secured, there .by; we will sell at public Auction In the of fice of the Munsey Trust Co. on Friday. . January 12. 1J17. at 2:M o'clock p. m lot numbered ninety-one (l)..ln asaare num bered thirty-seven, hundred and eight (3703). In the sabdivUlop known as ChU lum Castle Helghtv as prplat recorded IP the office of the tterreyor for'tae Dls taict of Columbia. In book. 14. page 34. Terms: Oss-thlrd cash, balance In one . and two years, with Interest, and secured by a deed, of trust on the property sold, or all cash, at the purchaser's option. 110 deposit at sale. All conveyancing and recording-at purchaser's Cost. Terms or sale to.be compiled with, within fifteen 'days or the property- will be resold at the risk and , cost of the defaulting purchaser. WILTON J. LAMBERT, Trustee. a H. POPE-Truatee, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECnONERT STORE First-class, with bakery, light lunch: the best class , of trade and in excellent location. Address BOX 104. Times office. y STORE General merchandise, truck, cow, horse, waaen. win sell reasonable to- smelt hover:-good- stand.1 Appy-MHS.- W -ran from imprest, oien. jssu. oo ,w st. irxmc- RkFRIGERATORS & ICE SOXES McCRAT REFRIGERATOR COMPANT, Refrigerators That Are Unequaled. . 411 F ST. N. W. We Build and: Resell Retrtreratsrs- CLAIRVOYANTS PROF. STEVENS PALMIST AND PSTCHIC. visit him. He touches on every subject of human Interest, Including love, family aSalrs. estrangements, business, change of location, travel, etc Kind and sympainsuc ireaunesx acssvaea to all. Hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Room 509, 510, Kenois Bldg. Cor. Uth and G sts. N. W. WHEN DOUBTFUL DISCOURAGED. DIS CONTENTED. WORRIED AND XER- -FLEXED CONSULT M. SPENCER, ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST CELE BRATED PALMISTS AND CLA1K- aA4VAA- Studio, 1318 14th SL N. W. Without wn"C OjinsuaQ. use wm sen ywa tho object of Tour call, rlTtnr sunes m- m .1bIab mJI ea jeei1 4ee weasam xneaoa. iruw, - .n . Inr toot Ut aod ctrcumstancs. which 70a xyrr-T. KETDSE TO ACCT?T ANT FES XIX 1ESS SHE GIVES "THE UTMOST SATIS - variBi istV a ! L1 1 F UfW L' Ul'lV.f AND FERMANENTLT HELPED BT CON- SULTiru uz.n Ai w.iw. HOURS 11 A. M. TO I P. M. it-iO r-AVCD The Greatest- Card MKO.UAICK Reader .and Oatr royant. Readtoga.Sc Studio. 117 1st S. W. trr-r-i CO Known the world over for K.bCL,CK slate-writing, u In the city for a brief time: 1343 Pajkwood place n. w Phone Col. 3270. By appointment only. PROF; MOXIEf .: -. -a 4...tl.faiHAn rll 1M r-hirla. &OC WO taemte,iwM -. The Great The Only. ZANCIG c,r- reads tout every secret, an about Lot. Sw' Domeetlci and business Affairs. Zase succeeds when all othsra fsiL BpeeUl read InrTucinU and Jt.00. Hours 10-T. Closed Suneaya iw " -., r postta Franklin Park. si itc cipt I") When you Consult her MMC. rlCLU consult the beat. Re unites the separated. Hra. 10 to 10. 1234 RJ, aw. PROF. D. B. BRUCE THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PALMIST AND CLAIRVOTANT. Can be consulted on all affairs. 12J3A Wal ter place S. E. Hours 9 a. ra, to 10 p. ra.: Sundays, from 2 to 7 p. m. Ph. IJnc 1721. Prof. Wright g5r N!dw.aJrTC,m, Readings Dally. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MME. VERNER cvuyantS SP1R1TUAUSM wnc MAMtt25TFVPS iSSH' Readings dally; eeiaeeiT Thuya, erea. Im.: Frt.. 2 p. tn. U 3013: 313 N. J. ave. ee. I'sric TarXTJ Spiritual Medium. Se MRb. KvJ 1 tt ances Tuee. 4s Thnrs.. ,v..: reading, dally. ISO 4th nw.. above UK 7V,r-kt VT5 Spiritualist Mediums: read LA POIN I O tags, n: Palm read. I ques a. .,. ,z.w tr w e tlon anaered. 23c 1113 ISth St. X. W, un; RROWNELLS!iT2nJT"? nresenL future, glvee names, advice on btjsl- nees. law um, -- ..,... .vrv.vn- ehanzea. health., etc.; seances Wed. a E aens.. v. "- - "'- "-- - -- MRS. J. B. MALTBT. SPIRITUAL MEDIUM. U13 10th st nw. Meetings WeL. 3 p. nv. Fri.. 70 P. m 23c. A message to each. Dally readings. 3L N. 4233. MRS. H.M. NOLAN, Stui. Readings dally: spiritual services Sunday aae) Thura, evtn'a, Bombay apt, IL 1347 H ne, 4 I i .vu&6i&-A& Jf5